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Joseph and Stephanie Wooten

Joseph Wooten to host Opening Act Competition for We Can Survive Concert

by Paul Cashmere

Steve Miller Band keyboard player and singer, songwriter and author Joseph Wooten will host radio.com’s Opening Act Competition.

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Joseph Wooten, Victor Wooten, Regi Wooten with Nick Kontonicolas of The Noise Network

Wooten Brothers Chill New York’s Legendary Blue Note

by Paul Cashmere

The Wooten brothers, Victor, Regi and Joseph where a cool alternative to New York’s heatwave last week when they chilled the city’s historic Blue Note Jazz Club.

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Kate Ceberano and Paul Grabowsky

Kate Ceberano and Paul Grabowsky to perform Tryst at Melbourne’s Hamer Hall

by Paul Cashmere

Melbourne icons Kate Ceberano and Paul Grabowsky will perform together at Melbourne’s iconic Hamer Hall in September.

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Michael Buble at Rod Laver Arena, photo Ros O'Gorman

Michael Buble To Tour Australia in 2020

by Paul Cashmere

Michael Buble will return to Australia for a national tour for Paul Dainty in 2020.

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Sting and Stewart Copeland get together for BBC Documentary

by Music-News.com

Stewart Copeland has reteamed with his The Police bandmate Sting for a new BBC documentary all about their love of music.

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Renee Zellwegger as Judy Garland

Renee Zellwegger to release Judy Garland covers album

by Music-News.com

Renee Zellweger is making her full solo album debut with a collection of Judy Garland songs she recorded for her new movie about The Wizard of Oz star.

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Donald Fagen and Steely Dan photo by Ros O'Gorman

Steely Dan to Perform Five Shows featuring a Complete Different Album Each Night

by Paul Cashmere

Donald Fagen as the sole remaining member of Steely Dan will perform five Steely Dan / solo albums over five nights in Boston in October.

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Bernard Fowler

Rolling Stones backing singer Bernard Fowler to release Stones Tribute Album

by Paul Cashmere

Bernard Fowler, the backing singer for the Rolling Stones for the past 31 years, will release an album of “Rolling Stones deep cuts”.

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Herbie Hancock

Melbourne International Jazz Festival Program 2019

by Announcement

The 2019 Melbourne International Jazz Festival (MIJF) returns for its twenty-second year.

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Kate Ceberano and Paul Grabowsky Tryst

Kate Ceberano and Paul Grabowsky Commit 20 Years of Friendship with Tryst

by Paul Cashmere

20-years ago Kate Ceberano and Paul Grabowsky performed a one-off show in Melbourne for Valentine’s Day. That show at The Continental sent them on parallel journeys. In 2019 they finally connect for the album ‘Tryst’ and a set of songs that have influenced both Paul and Kate over the decades.

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Ruth Picker The Song Tailors

Ruth Picker reinvents music business model with The Song Tailors

by Paul Cashmere

Melbourne based Ruth Picker has a dual life. By day she is a mild-mannered auditor for a great metropolitan accounting firm, by night songwriter for her labour of love The Song Tailors.

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Lisa Fischer

Lisa Fischer to perform during Melbourne International Jazz Festival

by Paul Cashmere

The incredible voice of Lisa Fischer has been added to the Melbourne International Jazz Festival for 2019.

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Kenny G

Kenny G to record with Kanye W

by Music-News.com

Kenny G is hoping his last minute Valentine’s Day booking at Kanye West’s home leads to a collaboration with the rapper.

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Herbie Hancock

Herbie Hancock to headline Melbourne International Jazz Festival

by Noise11.com

Melbourne International Jazz Festival has signed jazz legend Herbie Hancock to headline the 2019 festival.

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The Manhattan Transfer

The Manhattan Transfer’s Janis Siegal Recalls The Time They Pissed Off The Beach Boys

by Paul Cashmere

Janis Siegal of The Manhattan Transfer has a very funny story about the time her band pissed off The Beach Boys. The Beach Boys were nominated for a Pop Grammy but The Manhattan Transfer won.

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James Ingram

Jazz legend James Ingram Dies at Age 66

by Paul Cashmere

Jazz great James Ingram has lost his battle with brain cancer at the age of 66.

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The Manhattan Transfer

Manhattan Transfer to open Bermuda Festival before playing Australia

by Paul Cashmere

Manhattan Transfer will play their first show of 2019 in Bermuda for the Bermuda Festival before some US dates and then head to Australia.

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Loretta Miller and Her Boyfriends

Loretta Miller and Her Boyfriends to replace Alma Zygier at MEMO Music Hall for Summer Sounds of St Kilda

by Paul Cashmere

Loretta Miller of The Dusty Millers will replace Alma Zygier at MEMO Music Hall on January 19.

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Joe Creighton

Joe Creighton promises special guests at The Music of Van Morrison Christmas show at Memo Music Hall

by Paul Cashmere

Joe Creighton will be performing his ‘Into the Mystic – The Music of Van Morrison’ show at Memo Music Hall on 15 December and expect some special guests along for the show.

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k.d. Lang at the Plenary in Melbourne on 18 July 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

k.d. lang celebrates 25 years of Ingénue with release of San Antonio show

by Paul Cashmere

k.d. lang celebrated the 25th anniversary of her breakthrough album ‘Ingénue’ with a world tour performing the album from start to finish. The San Antonio show will be released on DVD and Blu-ray.

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Michael Buble Love

Michael Bublé “doesn’t give a shit” about no 1 album

by Music-News.com

Singer Michael Buble isn’t jumping for joy after reaching the top of the U.K. album charts with his first record since overcoming family tragedy.

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Michael Buble Love

UK Charts: Michael Buble ‘Love’ is the no 1 album

by Music-News.com

The British public have fallen head over heels for Michael Bublé this week as his new album, Love, goes straight in at Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart.

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Katie Noonan Elixir

Katie Noonan’s Elixir reveals Gratitude & Grief tour dates

by Paul Cashmere

Katie Noonan, together with Zac Hurren and with the occasional addition of Michael Leunig, will head out around Australia for the Gratitude & Grief tour starting in Adelaide in February.

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Norah Jones

Norah Jones to play first Australian shows in 16 years

by Paul Cashmere

Norah Jones will head back to Australia in 2019 for shows in Melbourne, Sydney and Hobart as well as an appearance at Bluesfest.

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Jeff Goldblum The Capitol Studios Sessions

Good Lawdy Jeff Goldblum Has Made A Jazz Record

by Paul Cashmere

Jeff Goldblum, yes that one, has made a jazz record.

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Michael Buble image by Ros O'Gorman Noise11 photo

Michael Buble Quitting Music Was #FakeNews

by Paul Cashmere

Michael Bublé is not quitting music despite what you may have read in the newspapers yesterday.

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Nigel Kennedy

Nigel Kennedy To Tour Australia January February 2019

by Paul Cashmere

Violinist Nigel Kennedy will return to Australia in 2019 to perform the music of Bach, Gershwin and his good self.

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Amy Winehouse photo by Haylee Cashmere

Amy Winehouse To Tour As A Hologram

by Paul Cashmere

Plans are underway for an Amy Winehouse hologram tour.

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Van Morrison The Prophet Speaks

Van Morrison To Release Fifth Album In Two Years

by Paul Cashmere

Van Morrison has been on a creative roll in the past two years. He is about to release ‘The Prophet Speaks’, his fifth album since 30 September 2016.

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Jon Batiste

Jon Batiste Releases His Major Label Debut ‘Hollywood Africans’

by Paul Cashmere

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert musical director Jon Batiste has made his major label debut with his new album ‘Hollywood Africans’.

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